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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 15, 1894.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
No Fake Sale in Ours
We have bettor bargains every flay '
He year than so-called "bargain days,"
"clearinR Bales," and such well-known,
worn-out, played-out schemes will afford.
For real bargains iu FIBST-OLA88 NEW
PIANOS .AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and within your reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Have takeu over 100 first premiums In
the past fifty years.
Ot!ior makes of Piano. Four makes of
Orpans in beautiful new designs. See our
ttock betoro buying. We have the goods,
(jar prices uro rigbu Everything iu the
STELLE k SEELEY
134 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa.
EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G. B. & Co.,
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Garney, BrowL" & Co. Mfr's.
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135 WYOMING AVE.
In "Lady Windermere's Pan," which
will be at ike Academy of Music to
nitfht, Oscar Wilde has given us the
brightest social comedy tne stage has
known in years. Ic is a play of words,
an epigram matching tournament
where the mots rain so thick and fast
tlmt it is impossible to keep count of
them. "Lidy Windermere's Fan"
contaius in ire deliberate wit and fi n
ished epigram than any play has con
tainsd since the days of Sheridan's
"School for Scandal."
CRIST Of SOCIETY.
Two old Scranton favorites will be
seen at the Academy on Thursday even
ing in "The Crust of Society," Mr. Ar
thur Lewis and Miis Z'ffie Tilbury.
The Philadelphia North American aays :
"Throughout Miss Tilbury displayed
ease, and in the scene in which the
lover discovers the truth, she was par
The minstrel entertainments pro
vided bv W. S. Cleveland are invari
ably celebrated fir several things
First of all and above all the pro
gramme li a clean one, and besides that
is always full of novelty and action,
and the leading minstrel features are
supplemented by the best the market
nffords in sensational .ml startling
specialties. They will appear at the
Academy on Saturday next.
BONTA GLASS MACHINE TEST.
It Will Be Mad at Wilmington In Pres
ence of Many Scrantonlans.
An important tet of the Bonta Glass
machine will be made at Wilmington,
Del., tomorrow and will be watched
With a grtat dal of interest by the
Scrantonians wiio are stockholders in
A special train will leave for Wil
mington tomorrow morning at 5
o'clock, and will arrivo about noon.
The return trip will be made as soon
as the test is finished.
Among those who will go to Wil
mington are: Victor Koch, Conrad
Schroedr, (ieorge Witians, Alex Dunn,
jr., i I mry Howell, William MoClave,
Jr., Frank Ferguson, Charles Weichel,
T. C. Kelvin, A. Fork, 0, stackhouse
JUMPEO FROM THE WINDOW.
Polio Visit a Disorderly House and Cap-
ture Two Prisnuere.
Anthony Litnrisand Nellie Cinnors,
two police court frequenters, were ar
rested yesterday, charged with disor
The officers stated that when thev
entered the house the Connors worn in
was entertaining Andrew Orleyuin an
other well known character and that
Litnria wjs down stairs. Orleyuin is
the man who was badly cut up with a
saw by Lituris about a month ago.
Orleyuin made his escapa by jumping
from a second story window.
The prisoners were each fined $3 or
twenty days in the county jail.
THIRD CARNIVAL SESSION.
Members and Fiiende of the Iiladirkranz
Will Enjoy Themielvae To:ii(rht.
The Scranton Liederkranz will hold
its third annual carnival session at
Music hall this evening.
The entertainment will begin at 8
o'clock and for several hours thereafter
the members of the Liederkranz and
their frirnds will have a moit delight
fully amusing time. Dancing will fol
low the entertainment.
ORDER OF TONTI OFFICERS.
Suburban Lodgr., No. 1S3, Will Hold a
Suburban lodge, No, 153, Order of
Ton ti, will hold a public installation
of officers in Fenner & Cuapp lll'l hall.
Providence, tomorrow evening,
An entertainment will be a feature
of tho exercises, which will begin at 7 80
o'clock. Several of the leading officers
of the Order of Tonti are expected to
be present and participate.
The Mystery Explained.
"A Study In Scarlet,"' that you've talked
. so long-, will be explained in full to
morrow. i .
Remington Typewriters and Edison
Phonographs for sale and rent. Copying
work executed. Phonographs rented for
an evening's entertainment. Telephone
2843. Edw. Uuustor. Jr 435 Sprnoe
NEWS FROM WEST SIDE
a Day That Will Interest
THE ARCHDEACONRY OF SCRANTON
The Winter Session to Be Held at St.
David's Church, Commencing To
day Concert for the Benefit of
Luther Lewis John Evans Arrested
for Abusing His Wife Interesting
The West Side office of the Scranton
Tribune is located at IAS South Main ave
nue, where subscriptions advertisements
and communications will receive prompt
Tho winter session of tho archdeac
onry of Scranton, will be held on the
15th, 10th and 17th inst., with St.
David's Episcopal church of the West
Side, The following is a synnpis of
the programme for today at 7. 3D p, m
"The Church in America, Its Relation
to the Church in England and Its Mis
sion in This Country," by ReT. Edward
H. Eskel, of West Plttston, and Rev.
E J. Balsey, of Carbondale.
Rev. Uisfmp Rulison of the Central
Auiimylvauia diocese will be present to
preside. Among the more important
questions that will come before the
body will bo the election of a new arch
deacon in the place of the Rev. Arch
deacon Hall, who has resigned the
Honesdale parish to accept a call at
Wilmington, Del, Rv. Mr. Hall will
leave Houesdale early next month.
A Benefit Concert.
The final arrangements for the bene
fit concert and drawing in behalf of
Luther Lewis, of Eynon street, have
been completed, and tho event will
tak" place at Mears' hall on Wednesday
evening, The programme prepared Will
be an excellent one, and some of the
best musical talent of the city will par
ticipate. The cause is it very just one.
Mr. Lewis was injured in the mines a
number of years ago, and has from
time to time spent a goo 1 deal of money
for the purpose of trying to better his
condition but to no avail, and as a last
resort- he intends undergoing an
operation at an Albany me lical in
stitution which he hopas will benefit
him to some extent. The following
persons have tho affair in charge, and
there is not the least doubt but that
the concert will ho grand success:
Joseph Oliver, chairman ; John J.
Williams, ticket seller; David R,
Hughes and Thomas J. Evans, ticket
receivers; David W. Davies, El win
Peters, John Reynolds and David J,
Abusing Hi) Wife.
John Evaus, of Evans court, was ar
rested on Saturday by Officer Qoerlitz
on complaint of his wife. While under
the influence of intoxicants, Evans b
comes very abusive. O i Saturday he
was worse than usual, ami his wife
sent for an officer. lieu the officer
appeared, Evaus was threatening to
throw his wife out of the house. Ho
was given a hearing before Alderman
Oram, of the Fourth ward, and held in
.$300 bail to keep tho peace.
Jailed for Making Threats.
Mrs. Armson, a resident of Tenth
street, was before Alderman Blair on
Saturday morning for making threats
a.'aiust her neighbors. She was com
mitted to the county jail in default of
$300 bail to keep the peace.
Fall on the Ice.
Mrs. Emma J. Reese, of South Gar
field avenue, sustained a srrtous injury
by slipping on tho ice and falling to the
Short News Note?.
St. Leo's EatUlion attended holy
communion at St. Patrick's church
yesterday morning in a body.
Services of special interost were held
yesterday at the Plymouth Congrega
tional church. During the dny large
contributions were made toward liquid,
ating the church debt of $2,000. The
morning and evening sermons were de
livered by Rev. William Kincnin. of
New York city, secretary or the Home
Missionary society. Tuere was also
The funeral of tho infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. Divid Moses, of North
Main aveuu', occurred on Saturday
afternoon. Services were conducted at
Miss Ruth Jarvis, of Lafayette
street, is the guest of friends in New
York and Newark, N. J.
Rev. D. C. Phillips, of Hyde Park
avenuo, occupied the pulpit of tho
Welsh Calvanistic Methodist church
in O'.yphant yesterday.
Mrs. Joseph Snmtnerhill, of North
Sumner avenue, is ill with grip.
Mrs. John N. Jonss, of South Oar
field avenue, has been confined to her
room for s-veral weoks by illiuss.
Rev. D. W. Skellenger delivered an
excellent sermon iu the Washburn
Street Presbyterian church last even
ing. The subject was "Suushine and
District D?puty Grand Regent Lauor
will install the officers of Lackawanna
council, Royal Arcanum, on Wednes
day evening at their hall on South
Richard Ssyraonr and daughter.Mag
gie, of West Virgiuiu, are the guests of
William C. Davies, of South Garfieid
Matthew Gross, of Wilkes-Barre, is
visiting at the homo of Daniel Molir, on
North Sumner avenue.
TOMORROW'S BASE BALL MEETING
Bapraaantatlvas of All State League
Cities Will Be Here.
The meeting of the Pennsylvania
Slate Base Ball league, which will be
held in this city tomorrow, will be at
tended by representatives from all the
cities o tne league. Secretary Diddle
bock will arrive 'here today and will
establish headquarters at the Forest
House, where the meeting will be held.
A number of very important matters
will come before the meeting. Promi
nent among the subj -cts to bedisouised
will be the matter of securing protec
tion under the national agreement.
The salary limit question will also be
acted upon, and it is possible that a
schedule will be made np.
CENTRAL REPUBLICAN CLUB.
The Meeting Tonight Will Discuss In
creasing the Membership
There will be a business meeting of
the Central Republican club this even
ing at the new club rooms in the Price
building on Washington avenue.
This will be an important meeting.
Action will be taken on increasing the
membership and the secretary and
treasurer will submit thoir annual re
port. Beadleston ft Woerz'a and Ballantlne'i
Alee are the best. K. J. Walsh, agent, W
Kept Tipstaff Jacob Rltter Company at the
Court House Saturday Nigbt.
AN OBJECTION WAS ENTERED
Mr. Soper Overruled It and Remained
at His Post in Spite of Objections.
Mr. Ritter Says He Will Lay the
Whole Matter Before the Court This
Morning He.Feels Aggrieved at the
There may be interesting develop
ments in court to-day when the jury
in the case of Mrs. Mary Rosenaglo
against ex-Judge Handley hands iu its
verdict, as Jacob Ritter, the veteran
tipstaff, savs lie will ask the court to
take cognizance of what he believes t o
have been very unbecoming conduct
on the part of Attorney 0, H. Soper, of
counsel for Mrs. Rosenagle.
On Saturday morning Mr. Amerman
concluded his argument to the jury
on the part of ex-Judge Handley, and
was followed by Mr. Soper, who argued
in Mrs. Rosenagle's behalf with much
vigor and eloquence. Judge Edwards
delivered his charge and late in the af
ternoou the jury retired, with the in
junction from the judge to seal np its
verdict if it agreed after court ad
journed. About 5 o'clock Attorney Soper vis
ited the upper corridor of the court
house into which opens the jury room
where the jurors were deliberating.
There were about a dozen persons in the
corridor at the time and Mr. Sjper took
down their names for future use, be
lieving they had some sinster motive
in hanging about the neighborhood of
the jury room.
MR. SOl'EK'S LONO VISIT.
He departed soon after, but lator re
turned with several friends and wont
on watch outside of the jury room in
the corridor. After a time Tipstaff
Ritter, who was posted outside of the
room in charge of the jury, objected to
the presence of Mr. Soper and his
friends. He said that it was uo place
for them and that they should depart.
Mr. Soper refused. H told Mr. Ritter
that be knew ho was favorable to ex
Judge Handley, and from his further
remarks the venerable tipstaff inferred
that Mr. Soper believed he would try
and influence the jury in making up
That aroused Mr. Hitter's ire and ho
again dirocted that Mr. Soper depart.
Upon his refusal to do so Mr. Ritter
endeavored to force compliance with
his request but was unsuccessful. The
jury argued the. ense until 3 o'cIock
Sunday morning and then retired to
bed. Soon after Mr.iSopor and his
After they were outside of the build
ing Mr. Ritter gave orders that they
be not admitted again. At 10 o'clock
yesterday morning Mr. Soper appeared
t the court house again but Janitor
Stone positively refused to allow him
THE JURY AGREES.
Yesterday morning the jury again
attacked the problem before them with
a vim and at 11:30 succeeded in har
monizing their differences and will
bring the sealed verdict into court this
Tipstaff Ritter declared yesterday
that he would lay the whole history of
Saturday night's proceedings befoie
court this morning. He was highly
indignant at the imputation that he
would act in a dishonorable manner.
THE UNANSWERABLE QUESTION.
Sermon Delivered by Itev. Ralph Olllam
at Dunmore Presbyterian Church.
A strong sermon on ' The Unan
swerable ynestion ot tile Day, was
preached by Rev. Ralph Gillam at the
Dunmore Presbyterian church last
night Mr. Gillam was listened to b
a large audience, both the main audi
torium and lecturo room being filled.
A choir of fifty children who ocoupied
the gallery, sang several selections.
Mr. Gillam discussed his subject in
an impressive manner an 1 his eloquence
held the undivided attention of tho
large congregation to the end. He
said that no man is able to say that he
can answer the important question of
"How shall we escape if we
neglect so great salvation ? "
Should I ask Jesus for an an
swer to this question he would shake
his head and say there is no answer.
If man will believe on his Lord, he
knows all there is to know on this
question. Has anything ever been able
to do what this salvation has done on
this earth? This salvation was pur
chased with blood, and it should be a
wonderful thing on this account.
If men would put into their religion
the common sense they put in their
every day life, there would not be any
man unsaved, as their salvation is
free. Do you want that salvation?
There is nothing that cau compare
with the peace that belief in the Lord
Jesus Christ gives, There is nopeaci
outside of this one which is offered. It
is the only salvation. There is no
oib.ur way to be saved than tho one
spoken of in the Bible.
It was one of the most impressive
sermons of the week and the speaker's
final appeal was so earnest and elo
quent that the audience was percepti
Services will be held this evening at
7 30, but there will be no meeting this
LYNCHED NEGROES WORTH $2.
Father's $5,000 Suit Reaches a Some
what Lime Conclusion.
Salina, Kan., Jan. 14 Colored men
when lynched, are worth $2 each, no
cordingto tho verdict of a local jurv.
Henry Adams sued the city for $5,000
damages for the loss of his sou, who
was hanged by a mob in April. He
claimed that the death of his bou
represented a pecuniary loss of that
The jury decided that there had been
no actual damage sustained by the
plaintiff, but allowed s'J as "nominal''
SHE SWALLOWED A MOUSE.
Woman Slept with Her Mouth Open and
It Stepped In.
WABASH, Ind., Jan. 14. Mrs. John
L. Leivingstone, residing near Angle
ton on the county line, threw otf her
stomach a full-grown mouse last even
ing. She had not been feeling well.
She took an emetic and the mouse made
How the mouse gained access to the
woman's stomach is a mystery. She
thinks that while she was asleep the
little animal ran down her throat.
The Mystery Explained.
"A Study in Scarlet," that you've talked
of bo long, will be explained iu full to
morrow. One dospn of Oriffln's ivoryette photos
will make twelve Christinas presents.
What can you present your friends that
will be more acceptable!1
Cars Will Run Through to Greenwood
FIVE CENTS TO BRECK STREET
An Additional Five Cents to the Ter
minusWork on the Remodeled
Polish Church Progressing Rap
Idly Charles C. Neuls Seriously In
juredNews Notes and Personals
of Interest to Tribune Readers.
The last crossing on the Minooka
extension of the street railway system
was put in yesterday and some time
this week cars will be running from
Scranton to Greenwood. All that re
mains to be done is to clear the track
from the mud that has accumulated
along the rails, and this will 'be ac
complished as speedily as possible.
Two cars will bs put on to make the
run to Greenwood and return, the in
tention being to make trips every half
hour, nnd tho terminus as at present
observed, iu so far as the paying of
fare is concerued will remain the same,
the dividing line being Brock street.
From the Scranton House to Breck
street will be 5 cents, and from Breck
street to Greenwood will be an addi
tional 5 cents. The rate being fixed by
the terms of the lease between tho
Scranton Traction c impany and the
Pittstnn nnd Scranton Traction com
pany. Speaking on this subject to a
TRIBUNE reporter on Saturday, General
Manager Archer Baid: "The old South
Side liuois a trill more than two miles
In length, while tho extension coven
about the same distance. While some
people might argue that we should
carry passengers to the city line for
one fare, that would not prove profita
ble for tho simple reason that the peo
ple of Minooka, instead of getting on
at their hoines, would instead, walk to
the city line, and the object for which
the road is intended would not be sub
served." Work Progressing Rap'dly.
Work on the remodelled Polish
church is being pushed with rapidity,
and by the time that dedication day
arrives its entire aspect will bs so
changed that it will hardly be able to
imagine it was ever Old. The fences,
the grape arbors, flower bushes and
shrubbery will all be romoved, the in
tention being to level the yard. Some of
stained glass windows are in place and
this afternoon the contract for the
high altar will be let. Painter F. J.
Johnson has made a gratuitous offer;
to paint the altar.applying four coats of
paint, beside the necessary gilding.
The steam heating plant will be in
place this week, and the work of tear
ing down the old partition and plaster
ing will begin at once,
Irjured While at Work,
Charles 0. Neuls was injured on Sat
urday and he will be disabled for soin
days. While unloading lumber his
little linger was caught between two
timbers and lacerated in a terrible
manner. The doctors are undecided
yet whether or not to amputate the
News Notes and Personals,
John Remper, the steel worker, who
has been iu Worcester, Mass., and
other manufacturing centres for sev
eral years, is visiting his brothers on
Henry J. Spruks, of the firm of
Sprnks Bros., went to Honesdale on
Saturday. When he picks up The
TRIBUNE this morning to look at the
South Side news he will be informed
that he became a papa while he was
absent from home. Mother and
daughter are doing nicely.
The frame house owned by Thomas
II. Kelly, located at Prospect avenue,
near Alder street, was entirely de
stroyed by fire Saturday morning.
Only $1,000 insurance was carried.
Work on the Axlo works' extension
will begin tomorrow morning. It will
be fifty feot square and is to cost $2,000.
Spruks Brothers will be the contrac
tors. Oscar E. Stauch is spoken of os the
Republican candidate for common
council in the Nineteenth ward,
BLOWN FROM A TRAIN TO DEATH.
UDUf ll'bUSE NOTES.
Careleae Young School Oirl Meets a Very
OsWKiio, N. Y.. Jan... 14 Maggie
Lyon, a school girl, III yoars old, of
North Adams, was blown off the train
here and her neck was broken.
She had stepped otf on the rear plat
form as it neared the station, and war
swung off by a strong gust of wind.
HOW THE THUNDERER VIEWS IT.
London Times Complains Bitterly of
American Trade Competition.
LONDON, Jan. 14. The London Times
in its annual review of trade, pi aces
the year 1 803 as the worst since 1SS0.
American competition in the carpet,
shoe and scrow trades, is cited as
among the causes.
A Bicycle for $35.
A youth's bicycle will be Hold at $35,
worth 175. Call at Tribune office.
A. new blcyclo worth $75 will bo sold for
$36. The machine is gunrnnteed and is a
rare ii:;! gain. .Machine may be seen at the
'1 nbiiTie ollice.
A STUDY IN SCARLET
A STUDY IN SCARLET
A STUDY IN SCARLET
WHAT IS IT ?
WHAT IS IT ?
WHAT IS IT ?
IF YOU WANT A
.rhotouraph taken of your Wlfo or Children,
Horace, Dogs, House,
Or Ynursolf, you canuot do bettor than
CAM. AN1 mi SI'I ( 1MI Ns
At Vnn Oordar's Gallery, 829 Hpruce street.
Special attention givou to developing aud
finishing for amateurs.
The second week of common pleas court
will begin this morniug. Fifteen of the
thirty cases on the list are actions in as-
umpsit or appeals. There are also several
epleviu cases and suits arising from muni
ipal leius. These casos will not consume
much time and the Kroater part of those
on the list will probably be finally dis
posed of this week.
Mr, and Mrs. Audra Sulv have brought
suit, throuuh es-Judge W. H. Stanton,
against Iiarbara Petiuak to recover $2,000
lor defamation or character.
Lackawanua county has probably moro
ex-judges iu active practice at the bar
man any county in the state. There are
ex-Judge Alfred llnud, ex-.Judce W. 11.
Jesup,ex-Juigo H.M.Seely, ex-Judge II. A.
Knapp, ex-Juage F, 1'. hniith, ex .luclgo
W. 11. Stiiuton. and ox-Jndge Ward. Ex-
Judge Handley no longer devotes himself
to the practice of law.
A two weeks term of quarter sessions
and oyer nnd terminer will bogin one
week from today, Tho trial list for th e
term will be prepared today by Distrie t
Of the thirty cases set down for trial in
common pleas court last week twelve were
passed upon by a jury. Soveral were re
ferred to attorneys under tho act of lBfit)
for consideration aud otherB wero re
ported as pending Bcttlemeut.
On Saturday argument was heard by
Judges Archibald aud (lunster with regard
to tho legality of annexing a portion of
Lackawanua township to tho city, the
constitutionality of the act of 18SU by the
provisions ot which tho annexation pro
ceedings wero governed. City Solicitor
Torroy and Major Everett Warren made
the Arguments in favor of annexation, and
Attorney I. 11. Hums and Senator M. E,
McDonald, against. Decision was roaerved.
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leading wholesale, bankiug, manufactur
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33 and 38 Lackawanna avenue. Every
day from t) a. m. to 10 a. m. Round steak,
lie; sirloin steak, He; standing rib roast,
10c. ; chuck roast, 8c. : boiling meat, 4c;
fresh pork, 120.; pork sausage, 12'e,
don't know it,
but it is a fact. We
have the largest line
of medium priced
DINNER, TEA AND
in the city. We sell
no goods but what
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Prices on goods in our windows will
tell the tale of first-class bargains at
merely nominal prices.
TWICE PAY YOU
TO LOOK THEM OVER
Martin Sc. Delany,
Coal Exchange Building. 132 Wyoming Ave.
II COLUMBUS II BOUSE
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania. The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list.
Vc-se & Sons' Pianos,
Me fit in Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos,
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
And all kiwis of Musical Merchandl93
constantly on hand.
The Hohdnys are here, nnd this is the place to buy Pianos for a Christmas
i resent. I nces are lower than any other music store in Scranton. Special
Attention Kemember always when you start out to search for a Piano or Or
Ban that Christopher Columbus points with his right hand to the exact place
you want to go. Nowhere it is:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. YY. Guernsey, Prop.
Do You Need an Ulster?
Do You Need an Overcoat?
F YOU do, now is the time to buy one,
and our store is the place to get it.
Because we are going to sell every one
which we have in our store this winter.
Price is no object, profits have now disap
peared, and you can buy one very cheap.
THE CLOTIIIEUS FOR THE PEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S. Look for our name before the door before en-
Make no mistake.
All thoso who uro Beeking useful
:iinl serviceable SLIPPERS should
avail themselves Immediately of
ilic bargains now on Bale In
Men's Fanit Slipper..,. S9. OO; formerly !
Men's Alligator Slipper. .'J.": formerly
Men's Kiissiii Calf " 1.50; formerly
Men's Hnssot (font" 1.50; formerly
Men's Kangaroo 11 1.50; formerly
Men's Velvet Op're" l.OO; formerly
Men s ' ,60; formerly
Also, it variety r Fancy i
Colored Slippers, iu all shape i
styles, at figures far below mar
Arcade Shoo Stow.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist OO tlie Eye. llendnolies nnil
Nervousness relieved. Latest and Improved
Style of Bye Ulasss nnd Spectacles at the
Lowest MOM, Host Artificial Eyes inserted
jos SPRUCE ST., op. Poet Office.
G.W. Owens & Co.
Ladies' Tailurs and Furriers,
r.fty B'PRTJCE ST.,
t)UO COURT HOUSE souakh
Think that because you have not
WINTER FURS OR
I'UR CAPES, JACKET
WRAP OR .
That you can get along without it this
winter. We have three months of
cold weather ahead of us.
To dress warm is to have GOOD
You will find our stock large with
If you think of buying or
not, visit U8i We may have
just what you were looking
You know that a garment that tits
porfi ctly is what you will buy.
The Price Will Please You.
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"TRIP AROUND TIE WORLD "
Portfolio of Photographs
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Allium of rare Photographs.
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